Grammy Awards Postponed Due To COVID-19 Risks
It is hard to believe that it is almost awards season time again. However, this awards season doesn’t promise to be much different from the last one in that it will still be affected by the ongoing pandemic.
The Grammy Awards have been the first to announce their approach to the awards this year, and while it might be disappointing to fans, it has been deemed necessary.
The Grammy Awards have been officially postponed due to risks associated with the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Grammy statue at the Chicago Chapter 60th Anniversary Concert at Millennium Park. September 16, 2021 in Chicago, Illinois | Getty Images
In a post made to their official website, The Grammy Awards organizers announced that the ceremony would be postponed to a date still yet to be announced.
It was said that while it was not ideal to postpone the ceremony, it was in the best interests of the nominees, staff, and crew that help to bring the ceremony together.
(L-R) Tiara Thomas, Jeff Robinson, and H.E.R., during the 63rd Annual GRAMMY Awards. Los Angeles Convention Center. March 14, 2021 in Los Angeles, California | Getty Images
The complete nominations list can be found on the website so that fans can see what to expect when we finally get to see the ceremony.